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It’s Aaron Burr, sir

Deon’te Goodman portrays the Founding Father in ‘Hamilton’

Eight times a week, Deon’te Goodman portrays Founding Father Aaron Burr — the man known for killing Alexander Hamilton in a duel. But he doesn’t see Burr as a villain. “He’s a tragic hero,” he says. From the first time Goodman heard the songs of the runaway award-winning musical, “Hamilton,” he remembers thinking: “Burr sounds so misunderstood in the context […]

Beyond Blossoms

A pioneering exhibit of artwork explores the vital role of pollinators

The Cultural Council for Palm Beach County’s latest free, public exhibition, “Beyond Blossoms: The Power of Pollinators,” will features the creations of 43 local artists whose work represents the flora that attracts pollinators to our region. The exhibition will showcase a broad range of work and styles, including two-dimensional and three-dimensional work, printmaking, photography, textiles, sculptures, and installations. “There are […]

Garden Paradise

Welcome spring with a sunset stroll through the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens in Delray Beach. Enjoy a spectacular twilight procession through the “Garden of the Drops of Dew” on Thursday, April 18, from 5:30–8pm. Guests can also enjoy an art show and sale, Japanese calligraphy name fan creations, garden tours, beer and sake tastings and Asian-inspired cuisine. There will […]

It’s Electric, It’s Eclectic!

Friends of the Arts of Juno Beach host local artists

Three talented Juno Beach artists and residents will show their creations at the Juno Beach Town Center, as part of the exhibit “It’s Electric, It’s Eclectic!” Presented by the Friends of the Arts of Juno Beach, the free exhibit will feature over 20 pieces of art including abstract paintings, photography, and mixed media drawings. The three artists showcased are: Ken […]

Slow-Danger Ahead


Some plays in bridge are not seen very often, largely because the opportunity to use them is relatively rare. But when they arise, they can spell the difference between success and failure, so the conscientious player must continuously be on the lookout for them. Take this case from a team-of-four match. At both tables South got to four hearts and […]

PUZZLES 04/11/2024



ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Rumors of a change in the workplace could make you a mite uneasy about going ahead with implementing your ideas. Best advice: Ignore the talk and proceed as planned. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Everyone has an opinion on how to handle a recent business suggestion. Thank them for their advice, then go […]


SUDOKU 04/11/2024



“Death of a Salesman,” with its themes of capitalism, crushed dreams and misplaced priorities is inarguably the quintessential American play. And Palm Beach is currently receiving a near-impeccable production at Palm Beach Dramaworks, through April 14. During the course of a few days, salesman Willy Loman, a great metaphor for a downtrodden character, looks back on his life, his crumbling […]

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